On February 16, 1968, the first 911 call was placed. It probably wasn’t long after that that the first 911 non-emergency call was placed. A look at some outrageous use and abuse of 911.
Four important relationship tips that these alleged perpetrators wish they had known before getting into trouble.
Reports that flesh-eating zombies are roaming the state of Michigan attacking the living are vastly exaggerated, in fact it seems that hackers broke into Michigan’s Emergency Alert System on February 11, 2013, and entered the reports as a prank.
A man intending to rob a gas station convenience store in Germany got the shock of his life when the intended victim not only defended himself, but fought back — hard. The upset and overwhelmed thief was very soon in desperate need of a hug. He then sits down and cries.
From the Lochness Monster to the man on the moon, legendary fakes, frauds and flimflams.
A 911 call made on November 28, 2012, by Father Tom Donovan of Springfield, Ill., pastor of St. Aloysius Church, has gone viral. The gagged, masked priest called 911 from inside the church saying that he needed help getting out of a pair of handcuffs, "before this becomes a medical emergency."
Caught stealing a bottle of Irish Cream hours after he was released from prison, David Archer was spared jail time so that he could be rehabilitated, but do not fret, for we in America can top even this.
Dominique Hall, the baddest thing in pigtails to hit Florida in some time.
Some very hair-raising offenders.
‘Tis the season of celebration, gift giving — and public relations mayhem.